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so i think i can move on, move on with my life. noel. >> michael: coming up right here. it takes a special set of talent a gift, if you will, to take a situation that can only be described as a national crisis and make it worse. ladies and gentlemen i give you the national rifle association. i'm michael shure. this is "the war room." [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> michael: after newtown the president vowed to do more to protect american children. since then he along with vice president joe biden and senator feinstein have tried to make that reality. the n ra has essentially said, yes, we care about kids, but what we really need to protect are our guns. and the gun lobbyists announceed in a controversial way to do both. and there is another group in need of protection. it's gay citizens. first to guns. in one week from today the senate will debate gun control today. today they rolled out their preemptive response. the school shield task force funded by the nra a 225-page report on how to improve school safety. here is the condensed version. fill them chalk full of guns. asa hutchinson, a fo
or homegrown prison gangsters? here to help us figure out who the cops should be loog,ng for is michael burns. the county district attorney. also a former law you partner of mike mcclelland, one of the murdered prosecutors. mr. burns, thanks. i appreciate your are coming on. so who do you think is behind these killings? >> welis h who knows. daym certainly not acte yely involved in the investigation, but it appears from what i do egaow and what i have seen that it is really one of two things. it is either a local issue about som> ane bnoung mad at lw enfoo'ement in kaufman county, texas. or it is some organized group who are bors.e beginning a tred that none of us want to see. >> geraldo: after mr. mcclelland was killed and >> anthia, mike and sin sh cyna mcclelland were killern a secayiral prosecutor on the cae where the 31 were indicted, the federal prosecutor quit. was that in fear of his life and how do you respond to that? >> quite frankly, knowing prosecutors around the state both federal and state prdo wecutors, i doubt seriousy that he quit because of he may have had other personal is
>> michael: coming up republicans are right. the keystone pipeline is a no-brainer. in fact it's entirely thoughtless hah another round of oil spills prove it. i'm michael shure. this is "the war room." [♪ theme music ♪] >> michael: ts elliott calls it the cruellest month and perhaps he was right. april comes in promising spring but more often just brings rainy weather and worse like exploding oil pipelines and run away freight trains. first pipelines in arkansas and minnesota burst last week, blanketing entire neighborhoods in crude oil. exxon mobil initially claimed just a few thousand barrels of oil spilled but it turned out to be more like 10,000. >> i mean look. incredible. and that is oil. >> michael: it's just unbelievable when you look at that. and that's not the only spill that happened last week either. this minnesota a train carrying tar sands oil was going 150 miles an hour when it derailed and spilled oil. these spills are happening again and again. there have been 102 in just the last ten years. and the senate approved a non-binding bill to a
>> michael: coming up lawmakers in washington begin to weigh in on the boston bombing, and it aftermath, and as we are learning today, it is quite an aftermath. i'm michael shure and as david ortiz would say this is our . . . "war room." [♪ theme music ♪] >> michael: it has been one week since the attacks in boston, and today the surviving suspect was charged while the city came together to mourn. and even as boston struggles to piece it's a back together, canadian police announced they have foiled an al-qaeda terror plot in toronto. at this time there is no evidence that it was connected to boston. this morning funerals were held for two of the victims. >> 29-year-old krystle campbell, a restaurant manager who was at the marathon, cheering on her boyfriend. friends describe her as have kind heart and wry sense of humor, and there was a funeral for lingzi lu, a chinese citizen who had just written her final exams link. an eight year old boy martin richard was killed as was a police officer. today a thousand mourners turned out to pay their res
>> michael: coming up tonight, the presidents of the the president the parents of new town, will talk translate into votes? i'm michael shure and you're in "the war room." [ ♪ theme music ♪ ] >> michael: the gun debate raged on in washington today. all the action was in the senate where majority leader harry reid started the day by calling on republicans to vote for a proposed gun safety bill. and he cited his own very personal experience with gun violence. >> sometimes people with a passion will purchase a handgun to do bad things with it. some even kill themselves. waiting a few days helps. >> michael: newtown families have said the exact same thing making common sense changes to laws might have made the difference for their children. and today 11 of those family members met with vice president joe biden before heading to capitol hill. biden described what they told him, and in no uncertain terms he called on congress to act. >> one remarkable woman who has a background in psychology and psychiatry said, you know, how--how do they explain not doing anything? my little
again. celebrities, is she with you? >> michael: coming up tonight is this the week we see the federal government make a decision on guns the deficit and other issues? we'll see. i'm michael shure. you are in "the war room." [♪ theme music ♪] >> michael: as we meet, president obama is speaking about gun control right now at the university of hartford. here is your president. >> obama: to prevent votes on any of these reforms. think about that. [ shouting ] >> obama: they are not just saying they will vote no on most ideas that most americans support, they are saying they will do everything they can to prevent any votes on these issues. they are saying your opinion doesn't matter. [ chanting we want a vote ] >> obama: we need a vote. [ chanting continues ] >> obama: now, i have also heard some in the washington press suggest that what happens to gun violence legislation in congress this week will be a political victory or defeat for me. connecticut this is not about me. this is not about politics. this is about doing the right thing for all of the families who are h
>> michael: coming up, the gun debate is over. let the gun debate begin. that's washington's way of saying we cut a deal but we're not really sure what happens next. i'm michael shure. this is "the war room." [♪ theme music ♪] >> michael: after months of turmoil in washington today actually brought a moment of calm and bipartisanship. senators announced that they had come to an agreement on guns. finally. joe manchin, and pat toomey announced the deal. >> we have an agreement on a [ inaudible ] to prevent criminals and the mentally ill to be prevented from getting firearms. >> michael: the plan closes the infamous gun show loophole. this is big news. it will be the first major piece of legislation on gun control to come to a vote on capitol hill in nearly decades, and both men have an a grade from the nra. chuck schumer was nowhere to be seen as the press conference. toomey thought having him there would hurt their cause. schumer and others had been working with manchin for weeks, but coburn wouldn't agree with a paper trail of gun sales. once he was gone th
or so exploited both in life and in death as michael jackson. now, nearly four years after his death with his doctor in jail for involuntary manslaughter, his family has launched a lawsuit with billions of dollars at stake. in the legal background of child abuse charges and drug abuse. that center stage, history of children. somewhere in the wings, dr. conrad murray telling his story exclusively to cnn. the story of michael jackson's death is roaring back to life. here's don lemon. ♪ >> these will be my final performances in london. this will be it. this is the final curtain call. >> reporter: a curtain call michael jackson would never make. he spent months rehearsing for his big comeback in 2009. ♪ they don't really care about us ♪ >> reporter: a series of 50 concert ins london. his unexpected death came just two weeks before show time. >> hold for applause. hold for applause. >> reporter: michael's mother, catherine and his children filed an 18 page complaint against aeg. i spoke to jackson family attorney kevin boyle about the family's lawsuit. >> reporter: why is mrs. jacks
>> michael: coming up, 45 years after his life ended his dream lived, his mash goes on. we don't always live up to the ideals set forth by martin luther king jr. but that does not mean that we stop trying. i'm michael shure. you're in "the war room." >> michael: 45 years ago today martin luther king jr. was assassinated. it was an event that had a profound affect on millions around the world and on the lives of two men in particular. michael cody was with dr. king in memphis in the days leading up to the assassination and knew him as few others have. jerry mitchell is an investigative reporter and the preemptive on civil rights cases. before we get to them and martin luther king jr.'s legacy let's get caught up on the political headlines today. in connecticut just 111 days after the slaughter of children at the sandy hook elementary school, the gun debate is over. with the stroke of the pen connecticut governor signed into law one of the most strictest gun laws on the books. it is the country's own system to track offenders and the ban now includes high capacity magazines. it'
[ ♪ theme music ♪ ] >> michael: coming up there are certain events whose impact on the country is so profound that they transcend above all partisan politics. apparently at least to some boston was not one of those events. i'm michael shure. you are in the war room. [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> michael: now let's get straight to the latest from boston. dhokhar tsarnaev admitted that he and his brother detonated the bomb and they shot the police officers. and he he said, tamerlan said quote, we just killed a cop don't mess with us. he not only confessed but answered questions of how they carried out the attack. they learned how to make the bombs from an online magazine published by al-qaeda. they did it because they had recently became deeply religious and opposed u.s. involvement with iraq and afghanistan: the 24-year-old told authorities that she saw her husband on thursday just hours before he died in a gun battle with police but she said she had no idea that he had committed the bombings or was planning more attacks. today her lawyer said this brief statement. >> as a mother, a sis
. >> michael: you're back inside "the war room," i'm michael shure. tackling the gun debate does not come without political and now personal risk. on friday, a carolyn maloney entered legislation requiring gun owners to carry liability insurance. last night she received several death threats. the calls warned her not to move forward with gun-safety legislation and the new york police department is now investigating. today she said . . . another bill similar to hers was introduced by adam schiff. the california kongman wants to overall the 2005 protection of lawful commerce and gun act. the gun industry is the only consumer product industry that does not take full legal responsibility for its product. it's the only industry. so he is proposing legislation that would break the shield. both seem to be common sense laws, but in congress common sense is often hard to find. joining us now is representative adam schiff. he is on the house congressional gun violence prevention task force. he joins us from burbank, california. welcome back inside "the war room." >> it's great to
. >> jason thinks it's a great idea. >>> in a moment, we'll be speaking with conrad murray, michael jackson's former doctor, speaking out for the first time since going to jail for manslaughter. >>> but we begin tonight with breaking news in the murder of a texas district attorney and his wife, raising the possibility that a killing of kaufman county d.a. mike mclelland and his wife cynthia might be the work of a lone man with a grudge, a fired local official. ed lavandera broke the story and he joins us now. what do we know about this person? >> reporter: we know that since mike hasse, the first assistant prosecutor who was killed as he was walking to work in kaufman county, we know authorities have been starting from scratch, going through all the case files, anderson, trying to figure out if buried in those files, there might be a clue as to who might have had a grudge against these prosecutors and want to kill them. we have talked a lot over recent days about perhaps the aryan brotherhood or a drug cartel being involved but now we're getting an indication that authorities are looking mu
you. >> michael: coming up, boston is a tough and resilient town, the president said today with tough and resilient people. he's damn right. i'm michael shure, and you are in "the war room"." er. >> michael: let's start with the latest on the bombings in boston. authorities say three people were killed and 170 were injured. boston medical center said it performed amputations on five of the victims. onone ofof t thosese k killed d s s anan eight-year-old boy from massachusetts, match richards, whose father had just finished the race. last month he made this sign for a school peace walk. it is almost too much to bear. >>> today neighbors laid flowers outside of his house and created a makeshift memorial. his mother who sustained a head injury, and his seven-year-old sister has a serious leg injury, and they're recovering in the hospital. the other victim is crystal campbell. she was there to cheer on a race when she was killed. doctors first told her parents that she survived, but it turned out they confused her heartbreakingly, with her friend friend. >>> the third victim h
>> michael: coming up tonight, the tragedy in boston has lead to some unexpected places and to some unexpected people as well. today it lead to a very unexpected triumph for humanity. i'm michael shure. you folks are in "the war room." [♪ theme music ♪] >> michael: today is the two-week anniversary of the bombings in boston. 23 victims still remain hoeptized, and dzhokhar tsarnaev the surviving suspect has been moved to solitary confinement in the hospital wing of a federal prison. he has been in a small yell a solid steel door since friday. he has reading material but no tv or radio, and while hae he has stopped talking to investigators, the fbi is focused on finding others who may have influenced or train he and his brother. mike rogers and michael mccall both called for further investigation. >> i think the experts all agree that there is someone who did train these two individuals. >> there are still certains of interesting in the united states that the fbi would like to have conversations with. and the big unknown is the little over six months
, michael jackson's former doctor, speaking out for the first time since going to jail for manslaughter. >>> but we begin tonight with breaking news in the murder of a texas district attorney and his wife, raising the possibility that a killing of kaufman county d.a. mike mclelland and his wife cynthia might be the work of a lone man with a grudge, a fired local official. ed lavandera broke the story and he joins us now. what do we know about this person? >> reporter: we know that since mike hasse, the first assistant prosecutor who was killed as he was walking to work in kaufman county, we know authorities have been starting from scratch, going through all the case files, anderson, trying to figure out if buried in those files, there might be a clue as to who might have had a grudge against these prosecutors and want to kill them. we have talked a lot over recent days about perhaps the aryan brotherhood or a drug cartel being involved but now we're getting an indication that authorities are looking much broader than that. one of the cases they're looking at is a public corruption case,
. convicted him of involuntarily manslaughter in the death of michael jackson. jackson's mother and children suing aeg live with big money at stake. and dr. murray could be at the center of that trial if he's willing to testify. tonight, only on "360" his first interview since being imprisoned. first, randi kaye has the background starting with that fateful call to 911. >> reporter: the desperate 911 call came from inside michael jackson's rented mansion. it was just before 12:30 p.m., june 25th, 2009, in los angeles. >> he's pumping his chest but he's not responding to anything, sir. >> reporter: the king of pop's heart had stopped. he was unconscious. his personal physician, dr. conrad murray, who can be heard in the background on the call, was attempting cpr. >> did anybody witness what happened? >> no. just the doctor, sir. the doctor's been the only one here. >> reporter: hours later, his family broke the news to the world. >> the legendary king of pop, michael jackson, passed away. >> reporter: immediately, the investigation focuses on dr. murray. the cardiologist hired to care for the
>> michael: i'm michael shure. we put politics on hold tonight as two bomb explosions near the finish line of the boston marathon, leave dozens injured several dead, a city shocked, and a nation on high alert. tonight in "the war room," the latest from boston. [♪ theme music ♪] >> michael: today was supposed to be a day of celebration and joy in boston, but cheer turned to chaos at the finish line of the boston marathon when two explosions killed at least two chemoand wounded more than two dozen. here is the scene captured by a boston globe photographer at the race's finish line. [ explosion ] [ screaming ] [ explosion ] [ screaming ] >> something's -- ed up over here. hey! there are going to be people hurt! there are going to be people hurtt! >> we need help! we need help! >> come on. >> which just had an attack. >> michael: there you saw up close the horror that hand. here is what we know what right now. the explosions occurred at 2:50 pm eastern time, well after the racer's top runners had finished the marathon. police chief ed davis said there we
>> michael: coming up right here as boston continues to dominate the headlines, the gun debate and the west texas explosion vie for what is left of cable new's attention span, and that ain't much. i'm michael shure. you are in "the war room." [♪ theme music ♪] >> michael: today in boston a memorial was held for slain mit police officer shawn callier, the event drew nows of students faculty and staff as well as law enforcement officials from across the country. his brother said that sean was born to be a police officer, and he himself has learned from the tragedy. >> it's taught me that i want to be more like him, comfort someone when they are having a bad day, offer some time to help someone out, tell your parents that you love them for no other reason than you just do, hug your family members, all of us try something new, open up, square dance. and sean has two left feet so i was totally shocked by that one, just for the chance that you might meet some new friends and have life-long memories. sean has truly changed the way i want to live and as a police o
be bad enough, but all of this happened nearly a dozen years ago. today, michael shanons two sons are 16 and 12 and nearly unrecognizable to him. try to imagine what that's like as a father. in fact, it gets more heartbreaking by the day. tonight, his story and his wife's. >> tonight, kidnapped egypt, a father's nightmare. >> it is all michael shannon has left of his sons. a final picture adamant for jason, just ten months. >> i can't stop picturing them as a four and a one-year-old. or a five-year-old and a one-year-old. >> and i've had no photos and i'm trying to imagine what they would look like at 16 and 12 and hoping that they don't hate me for not saving them. >> this is a story you could tell a thousand times over. an international kidnapping to egypt, a country that takes in billions of dollars of aid from the united states, but refuses to recognize international law. when it comes to returning the united states' stolen children. according to court records, michael shannon's sons were illegally taken here by their mother. despite winning every court case since, desz piet his amer
>> michael: coming up on saturday, the president took the stuffing out of the national press corp. today they bit back. well they nibbled back any way. i'm michael shure. you're in "the war room." you. [ ♪ theme music ♪ ] we're a hundred days into the president's second term and what better way for the d.c. press corp to celebrate than to ask the president why he's been such a miserable failure. >> mr. president you're a hundred days into your second term. the gun bill, you put everything into it to try to get it passed. obviously it didn't. congress has ignored your efforts to try to undo the sequester cuts. there was even a bill that you threatened to veto that had democrats voting yes. my question is do you have the juice to get through the rest of this congress. >> when you put it that way i might as well pack up and go home golly, it's a little, like mark twain said, rumors of my demise might an little exaggerated at this point. >> michael: there have been members of the press pushing that narrative. describing the president as a lame be dug. duck. one asked if the presid
>> michael: coming up, a celebration today as the senate voted to bring the senate gun bill up for a vote in the senate. i know i know, but this is congress we're dealing with. sometimes you have to cherish the baby steps. i'm michael shure. you are in "the war room"." [ ♪ theme music ♪ ] >> michael: today on the very day that the senate voted to take up major gun legislation the atf revealedded that the store that sold gun adam lanza used to murder 26 people in newtown was also selling guns to convicted felons. in fact, the employee that sold that rifle to his mother, nancy lanza, had also sold ammunition to a man who he had reason to believe was a felon. the store had over 500 violations but it wasn't shut down no one after the newtown massacre, and the republicans still think we don't need tighter regulation and enforcement. >> we came here today to ask the senate to vote. we are standing here because her sister and my mom can't be. their voices need had been heard and they're going to carry through us. >> michael: after that day they and other family members watched sil
know step back and that's what i think all of us are trying to do right now. >> michael: yeah, brian just going to your third generation nypd, you worked with the press presumably or seen colleagues and relatives do so could the press here have compromised this investigation by the way today went? >> let me say this. any time you have the press involved there is a risk that the investigation will be compromised. there's all kinds of stuff that gets leaked particularly in the national security area. that is a big problem. but today is no different than any other day. we have a free press in the united states, and it is that delicate balance, and these folks at the federal, state, and local level in boston are professionals sfwhachl we have to do is maybe step back and develop some kind of chain of command. because what sometimes happens there are well-meaning people in law enforcement who may have information that isn't wholly vetted or accurate at the time and a well-meaning journal list runs with something they legitimately think is a good story. >> michael:
[ ♪ theme music ♪ ] >> michael: it has been an emotional tragic, and very taxing week on all of us, and what we have for you today is breaking news about what happened in boston, what happened in texas and of course we're going to bring you live--we're going to talk to about what happened with the gun bill as well. we have a great show for you. i'm michael shure, and you're in the war room. [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> michael: we have breaking news coming out of botch today. as you know today was the day when the fbi was going to have a press conference. they just had that press conference, and we now have photos of the bombing suspect-- suspect--two bombing suspects in boston. they've been photographed, they've been videoed. the video coming from lord & taylor from across the street. they have done a remarkable job piecing together these images and these videos. here is a little bit with what they say today at this press conference, which concluded just a little while ago. >> identifying and locating those responsible is now our highest priority. no other details will be released at this
>> michael: coming up, new developments in syria means monumental decisions ahead for president obama that only he can make. lucky he spends the day with only four people in the world who knows what that is like. i'm michael shure. you are in "the war room." >> michael: today the so-called most exclusive club in the world met in texas. the pfeiffer current and former presidents gathered in dallas for the first time since president obama's first election, this time for the dedication of the george w. bush library. president bush himself offered reflections on his ten tenure as decider in chief. >> not always popular but whenwhen future generations come to this library they'll find out that we stayed true to our convictions. >> michael: even if those convictions were wildly wrong irresponsible, and maybe even criminal. president obama also spoke. he spoke about his help with a.i.d.s. in africa and where he did his best. >> there are moments you make mistakes. there are times where you wish you could turn back the clock. and what i know is true about president bush and i hope my su
oil spilled all over the place. but is exxon being a little slick with their oil? >> michael: the world lose an icon. margaret thatcher dies today. but she had something to say about a couple of our presidents a while ago. >> the mantles you that he enjoys a cold shower every morning will lie about other things. >> michael: so you havana controversy, i've got a havana controversy for. >> you how these two high profile well-connected individuals got to spend their ananniversary in havana. this is "the young turks." this is go time. >> michael: so congress has returned to washington after what i would say is a much-needed two-week break to come back and tackle some real issues. they're going to be tackling immigration, the budget, and they're going to be tackling guns. today the president went to hard hartford connecticut the where gun reform happen in this country since newtown. >> connecticut has shown the way, and now is the time for congress to do the same. as soon as this week congress will begin debateing these common sense proposals to reduce gun violence, but much of co
>> michael: welcome to "the young turks." we've got a fabulous show coming up. it starts off with rand paul talking about pot. paul pot, that didn't work out too well. >> i think if you use it too much you won't show up for class and you you'll eat too many doritos. >> michael: and then michelle obama talk about guns and boy di she makehe tears flow. >> clearly on her way doing something truly worthy with her life. i told them that there is a reason that we're here on this earth. >> reporter: from the series seriously curious anthony wiener trying to made his way back into politics. will we have an oscar mayor wiener. >> why do you do the answer and i'll the questions. >> as soon as you answer the questions. >> the photograph of you. >> michael: it's "the young turks." and ladies and gentlemen, it is go time. >> yes, ladies and gentlemen the republicans are in the white house. don't get scared but 126 them are there having dinner right now. you look at the white house on beautiful evening there in wasatch front--inwashington. senator marco rubio is there and he brought his ow
years ago. today michael shannon's two sons are 16 and 12 and nearly unrecognizable to him. try to imagine what tt's like for a father. his long and sometimes lonely battle to get them back is far from over. in fact, it gets more heartbreaking by the day. tonight, his story and his wife's. that's right. we'll also talk to the mother who defied a court order and took her children and his all those years ago. tonight investigative correspondent drew griffin with "kidnapped to egypt: a father's nightmare." >> reporter: it is all michael shannon has left of his sons. a final picture. adam at 4, jason just 10 months. >> i can't stop picturing them as a 4 and a 1-year-old, or a 5-year-old and a 1-year-old. and i've had no photos, and i'm trying to imagine what they would look like at 16 and 12. and hoping that they don't hate me for not saving them. >> patty cake. patty cake. baker's man. >> reporter: this is a story you could tell a thousand times over. an international kidnapping to egypt. a country that takes in billions of dollars in aid from thited s recognize international law w
to his family. mr. ginsburg was 70 years old. >>> a look at the michael jackson trial from someone he knew so well. we're going to hear from the man who defended jackson in his sexual molestation case and find out how that case back then is factoring into this case now. [squeals] ♪ [ewh!] [baby crying] the great thing about a subaru is you don't have to put up with that new car smell for long. introducing the versatile, all-new subaru forester. love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. i'm up next, but now i'm singing the heartburn blues. hold on, prilosec isn't for fast relief. cue up alka-seltzer. it stops heartburn fast. ♪ oh what a relief it is! your doctor will say get smart about your weight. i tried weight loss plans... but their shakes aren't always made for people with diabetes. that's why there's glucerna hunger smart shakes. they have carb steady, with carbs that digest slowly to help minimize blood sugar spikes. and they have six grams of sugars. with fifteen grams of protein to help manage hunger... look who's getting smart about her weight. [ male announcer ] glucern
seriously. >> and michael reagan with extraordinary views on same-sex marriage. does he believe it's a slippery slope as he put it to bestiality, polygamy and murder? he'll explain. >>> and a former rutgers player, who believe it or not, is defending his foul-mouthed coach. [ bleep ] and you heard michael jackson's lawyer tell me this last night about conrad murray. >> he can't get out of this. he's responsible for his death. aeg should not have retained him. he's not a good doctor, shouldn't be a doctor and i think he's where he belongs. >> tonight we'll go head-to-head with murray's attorney, who wasn't happy. ♪ everything you need >>> applause may be the queen of country but kicked off "dancing with the stars." winona judd. and how she and her husband put their life back together after a near-fatal accident. >>> this is "piers morgan live." a smaller, lighter and diversified nuclear force and warned the moment of explosion is approaching fast. pyongyang is threatening to restart a nuclear reactor that shut down five years ago. the white house responds, quote, north korea shoul
, michael reagan is here to explain himself. michael, you and i are friends and we have talked about many issues on this show. but i don't come to this particular encounter feeling very friendly towards you, because i found these comments, i'll be honest with you, quite offensive. likening same-sex marriage in any form to polygamy, bestiality in particular and murder seems to me at best crass and offensive. >> what's interesting, to explain this, in fact, these are the same questions that are being posed in courtrooms across the united states of america and, in fact, posed within the supreme court just eight days ago. it's interesting. when they're posed in a court of law to a solicitor general or to someone else, ted olson, that there's no outcry. there's no outrage. but if i quote or i use those same words in an op-ed piece, that are being used in courtrooms across america, somehow there's all this outrage that is out there. and the whole point of the piece was about the church. where is the church when it comes to these issues. why aren't they out there fighting. there are conservative
. >>> and i'm tamron hall. "news nation" continues to follow the "news nation." michael is standing by live. michael, conflicting information. you've been in touch with pete williams. what are you hearing regarding solid leads now in this case? >> well, first of all, significant progress has been made. they have identified from this video at the lord and taylor building which is right by the second bomb site, a couple hundred yards from where i am now, an image of an individual who drops a black bag that could well have been used, and they may believe have been used for the bombing. but it's unclear. there is no confirmation of arrest, first of all. that's the first thing we have to say. the image may show somebody who they are seeking to find. in other words, seeking to find someone in that video but it is not clear they know exactly who that is. and it is not -- and it certainly is not clear that they have found that person yet. so they've got significant progress from yesterday. this is an answer from where we with were. and it also used enhanced video from the local nbc affiliate that p
, you just heard conrad murray. this is what michael jackson's mother says. >> he did a terrible thing. and it might have been others involved, i don't know that, but i feel that. >> now she's suing the company that produced michael's comeback for $40 billion. it's billion with a "b." does she have a case? plus a widow's pain. her husband's killer got out of prison by mistake. >> a simple sorry ain't going to suffice in my book. >>> i talk to her life. and one thing you didn't expect in the late night wars. jay leno and jimmy fallon's lovey-dovey duet. p.r. coup? >>> plus, my exclusive with bubba watson. a man who told me this last time he was here. why have you given me the big exclusive interview? >> because when you were on this other show you were [ bleep] >>> good evening. this is "piers morgan live." a lot coming up on the michael jackson case. an extraordinary interview with dr. conrad murray with anderson cooper conducted earlier. we begin in colorado tonight, where investigators are faced with the question, how could it have happened. how could a man who was behind bars for ro
back four years after michael's death. is his family crusading for justice or dollars? inside this courtroom thriller. >>> and mown tall brawl. men dedicated to protecting everest climbers launch an attack against them. tonight an unlikely threat >> announcer: from new york city, this is "nightline" with dan harris. >> good evening. history was made today, not just sports history but american history. a 7 foot, 255 pound nba player named jason collins surprised everyone by coming out of the closet in the pages of "sports illustrated." here's abc's amy robach. >> reporter: no move on the court could have ever landed jason collins in the record books like the one he made today. the nba veteran shocked the sports world by announcing he's gay. a bombshell announced in the pages of "sports illustrated" and on good morning america. >> i never set out to be the first. and obviously, you know you are waiting around for somebody else to, you know, raise their hand and, you know, i'm ready to raise my hand but you still look around and are like come on guys. >> reporter: it makes him th
.org. >> michael o'neill says some of his top concerns include gridlock in washington, and the european economy, and cyber terrorism. mr. o'neill expressed confidence in the state of the industry, saying financial institutions are ready to start lending more money once demand picks up. this is 25 minutes. >> ladies and gentlemen, please welcome [indiscernible] [applause] you can get used to this, know? thank you for joining us this morning. i learned a lot yesterday. i learned about latin america, mexico. regions for strong growth. one of the big innovations we might have with the data and how that might affect marketing decisions and how it can make better decisions on how to target efforts. i heard from a small business panel talking about the importance of social media, twitter, things like that. the twitter feed and qr -- you have a smart phone. i hope you will download the program. we will do all of our surveys online. that is how we find out the programs you like and which panels you like. we will do more of what you liked and less of what you didn't like next year. my mother said you can
michael busch suffered the same kind of injury during his last few years at louisville. he sat out his senior year, sat out his next year at oakland and had a productive nfl career. so michael has proved that it can happen. six months i think is ambitious, they do want to get him back on the bench for this weekend's game here in atlanta against wichita state, they're going to be using him basically as an inspirational tool because the game was tied against duke and he goes down with that injury and they came out on fire in the second half. and they actually blew out the blue devils. and kevin is from here, he's from atlanta, so it's one of these things that it's a great story for a great team by the way, he's the number one seed and they're expected to win it all come this weekend. >> tell us about his team, the reaction from his team. because it was pretty extraordinary. >> you couldn't have put him closer to the bench. he jumps up to block a shot. he breaks both bones in his legs and it's a compound fracture and then turns and shows an exposed bone coming out of his skin, rick bettin
hope. >> nice to see you as always. thank you, michael. >>> bribery, extortion, mail fraud part of an alleged plot to win the new york city mayor's race. putting armed guards if school what the nra recommends after the sandy hook school massacre. after spending thousands of dollars for a college degree, most people hope to land a good paying job. what if your school did not give you the full picture of how successful graduates are in getting those jobs? this is "cnn newsroom" and i'm suzanne malveaux. >>> we start with michael jackson, of course, he is dead but certainly he's being put on trial in a los angeles courtroom today. that is right. jackson's mother and children are suing the singer's last concert promoter, amounteg live. they claim the company was negligent in hiring and supervisor, dr. conrad murray. convict order involuntary manslaughter in jackson's death and is serving a four-year sentence-murray gave jackson the fatal dose of propose poe thol. aeg's lawyers say it's michael jackson, he's a green man, responsible for his own behavior. they are expected to bring up
't always been about feeling good. we are on the town with michael buble. >> few for joining us tonight. so much of the investigative energy is how could these two brothers turn on the country that took them in? a chilling trail left by tamerlan tsarnaev, the elder and apparent master mine. >> for a while, the man police considered the master mine of marathon bombings seemed like a normal young guy, the kind who made videos of himself joking around in russian and posted them on youtube. who liked to wear fancy clothes, who was considered a hot shot boxer. the mystery, one in which we are gathering fresh clue tonight is how this man who came to this country for a letter life, where he got freedom, safety, education and even welfare checks, how this man allegedly turned on america so mercilessly. tamerlan tsarnaev didn't start out so menacing. here he is as a baby on iz h mom's lap. that's his dad to the left. this is tamerlan and his siblings. the little boy in front is his brother dzhokhar who would grow up to be his partner in terrorism. tamerlan moved to america from a poor and dangerous
. that's being retwrin. ( laughter ). then my guest michael pollan has a new book about how raw ingredients become. simple-- you puncture the wrapper and set it on high for three minutes. ( laughter ). today is the 43rd annual earth day. at that age no wonder its ice caps are receding. ( laughter ). this is the "colbert report" " captioning sponsored by comedy central ( theme song playing ) ( cheers and applause ) ( cheers and applause ). >> stephen: thank you, ladies and gentlemen. welcome to the report. good to have you with us. thank you! >> stephen! stephen! stephen! stephen! stephen! >> stephen: thank you, ladies and gentlemen. please, sit down, we have to get to the news here. folks, what can i say but wow. what a weekend of news. let me catch you up. previously on the "colbert report," i told you that the f.b.i. were searching for suspect 1 and suspect 2, which they narrowe narrowed down fromt know and maybe that guy. then thursday night, right after my show aired -- coincidence? let history decide. ( laughter ). we found out that two brothers, tamerlan tsarnaev and his
. try post shredded wheat. this has been medifacts for post shredded wheat. >>> michael dell started dell computers years ago before making it public. now he is offering $24 billion to buy it back. but a large shareholder is trying to force him to pay out a big premium first. >>> and if you're thinking of buying a house, now is the time. 30-year mortgage rates dropped to 3.5% this week. close to the all-time low of 3.3%. request friday's tough jobs report hyped them, investors this week may turn their attention to more global issues. there is concern tensions in north korea could impact the markets. scott bligher joins me now from new york. so markets slipped on friday because of the weak jobs report. but looking ahead to this week, how much are investors trading on rising global tensions? >> that's a great question. you would think that markets would suffer a little bit with what's going on in korea. so far the only market that's suffering is south korea down about 4% this year. japan up 25% this year. philippines up 15% this year. and our market up 9% to 10% this year. if you go ba
. but as of now, there is no arrest in this case. >> all route, jonathan, thank you for that. michael isikoff, nbc news's national investigative correspondent. michael, you're on the ground, what are you hearing? >> pretty much what we just outlined here. there is a lot of excitement within the last few hours with all of these report. but first a break through, then a suspect and then a suspect in custody and that last part that is certainly not true. but the key question in my mind at this point and it is still open, is, yes, we know now from multiple sources that there is a -- that there is video of an individual dropping off a black bag, bag at the site of where the bomb exploded. and that makes him certainly a witness in this case. it is unclear to me whether they know who that is. and even if they could identify the face, whether they could find that person. and i think that raises all sorts of questions. if they found him and they are going to question him and they will be able to piece together and see whether he's got an account of where he was and why he was there that holds up or not. bu
michael described as a moderate republican. has the party changed? >> the party has changed. but the principles haven't changed and the priorities haven't changed. people still come to washington, get elected to the house and senate with the idea, we've got to fix the deficit problem. and what they do is take a chapter or look back at history to see how others did it from opposing parties. it's not that complicated. i come from a part of the country that was once represented by abraham lincoln. abram dirkson who helped lyndon johnson pass the civil rights act. and he was from an all--white community. but he did it because it was the right thing for the country. look, we come from a part of the country where people have worked together and cooperated together. during the 14 years that bob michael was the chief of staff, tip o'neill was the speaker. ronald reagan was the president. during that eight-year period they all worked together to fix social security and the tax cuts which they passed during the recession during 1982 to 1985. they all worked together. they came togethe
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